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British envoy visits Standard Group

By | February 8th 2012
Britain says Kenya is on the right track on the implementation of reforms in the country, attributing this to the new constitutional dispensation. The British High commissioner to Kenya Dr. Peter Tibbet also said his country is keen to supporting free and fair general elections. Speaking during a courtesy visit to the Group Deputy Chairman and CEO of the Standard Group Paul Melly, the British envoy also termed Kenya as a critical player in the region, more so on bringing positive change to Somalia. This as Paul Melly outlined the critical role the media has to play in the coming general elections
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